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Support Maruku fenced code blocks #1830

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@parkr parkr commented Dec 15, 2013

In Maruku v0.7.0, they default to off. Need to default them on our end to on.

In Maruku v0.7.0, they default to off. Need to default them on our end to on.
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@parkr parkr commented Dec 15, 2013

@mattr- We should also release v1.4.2 with this. It's already in master -- just needs to be added to v1.4.x.

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@parkr parkr commented Dec 15, 2013

Currently a blocker for updating GitHub Pages to v1.4.x.

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Coverage increased (+0.03%) when pulling 6b0c511 on support-maruku-fenced-code-blocks into eb54b7f on v1-stable.

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Coverage Status

Coverage increased (+0.03%) when pulling 3fdc91e on support-maruku-fenced-code-blocks into eb54b7f on v1-stable.

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@mattr- mattr- merged commit 0d6b208 into v1-stable Dec 16, 2013
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